London School of Economics
Roger Fouquet is Associate Professorial Research Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics (LSE). Over the last twenty-five years, he has been investigating the long run relationship between economic development, energy use and its environmental impacts. His expertise is in drawing lessons from economic history to provide a long run perspective on energy and climate change issues. He is the editor of the Handbook on Energy and Climate Change, and The Economics of Renewable Energy. In 2006, his joint article was chosen for the Campbell Watkins Award for Best Paper in The Energy Journal. In 2010, his book, Heat, Power and Light: Revolutions in Energy Services, was selected by Choice Magazine as one of its Outstanding Academic Titles.
- Energy efficiency: What has research delivered in the last 40 years?
- Rebound effects for household energy services in the UK
- The transition from a fossil-fuel economy to a knowledge economy
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